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#OptOutside with the SBAC!

It’s been a while since I led an event. I’ve been doing my own thing as of late, hoping that others would take the opportunity to lead events but I just couldn’t let this opportunity go by, to get people to… #OptOutside on this extended holiday weekend!

Today it was a 3.5 mile hike at Ferrettie Baugo Creek County Park, tomorrow I will host a running event followed by a 2.5 mile walk. Both events will be around the Mishawaka River Walk.

We had seven people show up for this event, two who were attending a South Bend Adventure Club trip for the very first time! Unknown to me, Joe Dits, who writes about Outdoor Adventures for the South Bend Tribune, joined us for this adventure! It was a pretty decent late November day in Northern Indiana, it was an overcast day, temperatures in the 40’s, the sun peaked out from time to time to check in on us and to make sure we had some warmth on our faces.

We started in the parking area, hiked towards “Baugo Station”. Before arriving at Baugo Station,  we visited the Saint Joseph County Parks Department official Geocache. From Baugo Station, we headed south along the creek. We crossed the old bridge (pictured below) and continued south along the trail that closely followed the creek. We took some pit stops by some of the areas where the creek got it’s name “Baubaugo”… or “Devil Water”. Despite the fast moving water, the usual areas where the trails get flooded were in pretty good shape. Despite the recent rains, it wasn’t muddy at all. Since I last blogged about the park, it appears they have placed gravel under the Railroad bridge and Washington St and this has kept the area, on the most part, from having standing water or slick mud. (Thank you!).  In early 2016, I agreed to Adopt the trails in this park and to do maintenance where I could. At the end of the hike we got to talking to one of the park employees, it turned out, it was Shelly, who I report my time spent volunteering at the park. It was nice meeting you (Again) Shelly!

After the hike, most of us headed to Bravo Cafe (Lincoln Way, Osceola, Indiana) for some post hike nourishment. Excellent food! We took the time to get to know one another better and to discuss some of the adventures we went on. I’d call this group “Cohesive”, we got along and I think everyone had a great time.

In this day and age, technology is a big part of life and I just can’t help but use technology to track my steps and to give people a perspective of where we have hiked. The Featured image on the blog today was the tracks from my Garmin Forerunner watch exported to Google Earth.  In fact, I had both my old Garmin Forerunner (for GPS) AND also used my Fitbit Charge HR to get steps and heart rate. I’m a gadget geek! I can’t afford all the new technologies that are available but I love tracking everything I do!

I hope you enjoy the few pictures I took. Hopefully you will join us on our next adventure!


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Warren Dunes State Park- Michigan

This is a tail of a trip that gave us lemons. The organizer could not make it to the start of the event, so we took lemons and made lemonade! Okay, it wasn’t THAT bad but without our fearless leader, we wandered around aimlessly! (All who wander are not lost!) In all seriousness, we actually had a great time.

We started up a trail that seemingly went into the woods and that’s where the trail ended! But from our vantage point, we found what was to be trail 1. We followed Trail 1 into the woods. The trail started off with a quick elevation rise which got our heart pumping and warmed us up in the 20 degree morning temperatures. During this portion of the hike, we found the strangest one person bench seat that was near a creek on an eroding hill.

From Trail 1, we hit trail 3. We spied a pretty decent dune to climb but it would have had us going back to the parking area. We figured if we couldn’t find any good and challenging dunes, we would stop back to hit this one. Towards the end of trail 3, we found what appeared to be a triangular foundation and couldn’t make heads or tails of what it might have been but there appeared to be a hole in the ground that inside had a brick foundation in it..? A Basement? No one ventured down but we figured maybe at one time it was a shelter of sorts.

From Trail 3, we hit trail 4 and I believe trail 8, it was a bit sketchy because we were overwhelmed by the view of a spectacular dune near trail 14. We were in awe of the challenge it would be, every picture we took did it no justice but we needed proof of our challenge. I took a GPS Coordinate which showed our original elevation was about 578 feet. JohnR and I headed up the dune while SharonK took some pictures of us heading up.

It was a struggle, John made it up first and he wasn’t so sure I was going to make it as a had 20 pounds in by backpack (Training for an Appalachian Trail hike) and Sharon who was nice enough to take pictures was not too far behind me. The cold weather actually helped us a bit because the sand was not as loose as it was during the summer but we still practically took one step back for every step we went forward! When I got to the top, my GPS read about 790 feet. Almost 200 feet of an incline in what I estimate about 100 yards! Take a look at that last picture, we had some great views! (See also pictures below)

After taking in the beauty, we didn’t take the steep climb down, we meandered through another path which led us down the hill and over to the final leg of our journey, the beach trail. Usually this part of the lake is frozen over but there was little ice coverage by the shore. The ice coverage was two or three feet thick! The waves crashing against the ice made for some great pictures.

We never found our fearless leader, we sent the search dogs out:

All in all, we hiked about 5 miles and had a great time!

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Our Adventures/Our Parks

Originally we planned to go Cross Country Skiing this weekend but unseasonably warm weather changed those plans. We hiked at St. Patrick’s County Park in South Bend, Indiana and after hitting most of the trails, we hiked into Madeline Bertrand County Park in Niles, Michigan. Two great parks, two great states.

We met at the Red Barn and headed through the trail loops on the west end of the park, trails 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Trails conditions in some spots was muddy, others were icy but mostly a combination of both. From the pictures, you will we found a tipi made of wood branches at the start of trail 1. Trail 2 there is an Osprey nest that we thought we might find a Bald Eagle that has been spotted in the area but we only found the empty nest. A young “Luke Trailwalker” led us down a path that brought us to an area of water with a small waterfall. (See pictures below). I made him honorary hike leader and like a champ, he lead us on the path back to the Red Barn, where we passed the tubing hill and an old fashioned gas pump.

When we made it back to the red barn, we had hiked about 2.5 miles thus far. Some used the opportunity to head out for other adventures.. we were lost without “Luke Trailwalker”. We headed along the river on trails 7 and 8 then into Madeline Bertrand County Park. After hiking around Madeline Bertrand County Park, we returned to St. Patrick County Park where were finished out the day with about 6.5 miles. My Fitbit showed about 14000 steps.

Before we get to the pictures, I did want to bring up “Our Parks”. I’ve been following along with some park information and some recent items either in the news or posted on our facebook page. I don’t want to get political about things, I always try to remain neutral but your parks are calling and want you to visit them. Many of the parks depend on the snow (In Winter) for additional revenue streams. Their budgets are tight because they usually are not revenue makers and local governments are looking for ways to cut costs. They end up cutting staff hours, reduce activities…especially when the weather does not cooperate. Show the various Parks Departments that you treasure them, before there is further cost reductions.

Aside from our local parks, there is plenty of action you can take for our local parks:
Elbel Parks Discussion on Sale/Lease of Land
Save The Dunes (Facebook)

On to the pictures!





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Three Dune Challenge- Part II

We only had two families come out for the Three Dunes Challenge last weekend but upon posting some of the pictures, It seemed to peak interest in doing a second trip. The second trip brought out 14 members including two that enjoyed their first adventure with us. We also had some returning members who we were very happy to see come out.

All in all it was a beautiful day, it was cool enough to enjoy the short yet difficult hike. One picture in the gallery shows the city of Chicago across Lake Michigan. We also grabbed a Geocache towards the end, it was very created, it looked like a bee hive! Instead of adding too much information to this blog, I recommend also reading last weeks review about this hike (Three Dunes Challenge)

I reminisced with a few members concerning past events where we would grab a bite to eat after an event, we would have pot luck dinners, maybe catch a movie and just gel as a group. Today it felt we had that group together. Seven members went out to try out Blaze Pizza (Read My Review!) and sampled seven different pizza’s! Next week the group is heading to Spicer Lake, Warren Woods, Galien River, click that link for our Facebook page!

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4 Mile Hike at Potato Creek State Park

It was an excellent morning for a hike! Nine people met up in the parking area near the trail head of trail 4. The temperature was in the low 70’s when we started out and remained pretty steady throughout our hike. Much to my surprise, two of the hikers wanted to find the geocaches along the way, I’m no stranger to geocaching so we added that to the hiking adventure.

We started out the hike at the trail 4 trailhead by Porter Rea cemetery and followed the trail along Worster Lake. We didn’t see anything nesting in the Osprey nest but just a bit past the bird watching deck, we found a geocache nesting near the spring house. The spring house is a house in which food is kept cool by a spring that runs underneath or through it. I took a picture of the sign by the spring house for more information.

We took trail 4 to trail 2 and that took us to Steam Boat Hill, usually I like to take the trail to the right and “climb” up the hill but the trail appeared muddy and overgrown so we opted for the staircase. Not too far from the stairs, we started towards Vargo Hill which lists an elevation of 883 feet. I am told it is the highest point in St. Joseph County and that brought some debate about the highest point in Indiana.. Hoosier Hill is the highest point in Indiana at 1,257 feet and perhaps an upcoming SBAC Event??

We arrived at the deck at Vargo Hill and enjoyed the snacks we took along with us. It’s somewhat funny that the deck was build as an observation deck but in the years since it was built, the trees have grown and has blocked the view, still, it Is a great place to stop and rest!

We took the second half of trail 2 back to trail 4 where we took some pictures by the creek that goes along the trails at that point. (Son pictured below) Then stopped off again for a short break by an area I call “Tranquility Base”, which is the featured image. There is a bench at that location that I like to stop and reflect at 🙂

During our hike we found crab apples and enjoyed eating blackberries we found along the way. Other than seeing birds and frogs, the only other animals we came across were a few horses being ridden on the nearby horse trail. The only slight annoyance was the mosquitos buzzing around us. Cutting down the hike from my usual 6 to 4 miles and hiking earlier in the day was definitely beneficial. We hiked during the cool part of the day and were home by about noon! Thanks to everyone who joined me on this adventure. Pictures are below!

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Fernwood Botantical Gardens Tour and Hike

I was watching the weather closely coming up to this weekend and had we listened to the forecast, this adventure may not have been taken. Today was suppose to be a day or rain and thunderstorms and instead, it was a day of Adventure.

Thirteen people met at the visitors center at Fernwood Botanical Gardens in Niles, Michigan with the threat of rain. We had a few members taking their first trip and a few who had never been to Fernwood. We started in the main gardens and one of the first places we visited was the “stick garden”


According to Fernwood’s description: “Artist Patrick Dougherty created Fernwood’s new stick sculpture, Take Five, in April 2014. Made from locally harvested willow and dogwood, Take Five is composed of five rooms that lean into each other connected by doorways and alleys. The roof is an oculus, as in an eye, opening at the top of each room, providing views of blue sky and sunshine. People are amazed at the size, sturdiness, and sweeping design of Take Five.”

From the Stick garden, we went to the Railway garden, which you can see in some of the gallery pictures. It was eye candy not only for the kids but the big kids too 🙂 From there we ventured through the Japanese garden before taking a break at the Nature Center. At the nature center you can watch the birds get seed from the feeders but our added bonus was seeing a huge Raccoon devouring the food meant for the birds as well as some chipmunks. From the nature center, we hit the trails and our first stop was the water wheel. The water wheel is a location that two natural springs meet, I am told that there are a total of six natural springs on the property that flow into the Saint Joseph river.

After we left the water wheel, we took the Ecology Trail and as soon as we arrived at the dock at the ‘Big Pond”, we noticed two Turkey’s crossing the trail ahead of us, as we stood quietly, we noticed another four or five turkeys deeper in the woods. from the Ecology Trail we walked along the Saint Joseph River on the river trail. I sparked some interest when I mentioned a geocache up ahead. I gave one of the members my cell phone which was running the app. Not too long afterwards, we found our first of two geocaches on the day. We left the waters edge to head through the Wilderness Trail and then through the Old Field Trail. Tons of Ferns and Skunk Cabbage could be found alone these paths. We visited the Tall Grass Prairie, which at this time of the year is ankle high 🙂 We then took a shortcut through the service road that goes around the arboretum back to the main grounds. At the main grounds I introduced everyone to the Sensory Garden. This is a garden that has plants and herbs that can appeal to ones senses. We found Lemon Balm, Lemon Grass, Licorice Basil. Peppermint, Spearmint and various other fragrant plants.

The trip at this point was two hours. We headed back to the visitors center where I showed everyone the Library, an indoor Fern Garden (with more trains) and we finished off at the café.. I forgot to mention that when we first arrived, the café was cooking up a carrot cake! We couldn’t leave without sampling it! Based on the feedback, everyone had a good time! As a people watcher, I really enjoy how people who hardly know each other interact with everyone during the course of a hike. While I enjoy the hikes, I enjoy seeing the camaraderie people share! Join us on our next adventure…and enjoy the pictures of what we saw during the hike!

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Kayaking trip sponsored by the St Joseph County Parks

We have been hoping that people would step up to the plate and plan Adventure Club trips and Jamie LaFortune Hartzke of the St. Joseph County Parks department did just that, asking if anyone would be interested in a SJCP sponsored Kayaking trip. The parks department provide the kayaks, the life jackets and the transportation- it was up to the members of the adventure club to have fun! and by the looks of the pictures they did!

The trip started at Keller Park in South Bend where they put the kayaks in the water and followed the St. Joseph River for 10 miles down to the Niles Dam. The weather was beautiful with temperatures reaching the mid 70’s!

Before I get to the pictures, the Saint Joseph County parks department is also hosting an event at Ferrettie/Baugo Creek Park called “Get Out There”:

The event is geared more towards kids (Kayak, Canoe, Frisbee Golf, Fishing, Geocaching..etc) but everyone should come out and see the park. The South Bend Adventure Club will also have a table at the event! Visit us!

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Frank and Kerry’s new adventure!

Since word is slowly trickling out, I was given permission for this exclusive. Frank and Kerry are setting their sights on a new adventure. Frank has taken a job in Kansas! I had always known that this was an inevitable situation but just hearing the news, it was shocking, sad and bittersweet.

For those of you who may not know, Frank and Kerry started the South Bend Adventure Club back in 2013 and it quickly gained a following. I think it is fair to say that Frank and Kerry are the spark of “Ignite Michiana”! Having gone on many adventures with them, I can honestly say that I learned a great deal from them and they have always been hospitable to all.  There have been adventures just about every weekend from mid 2013 thru 2014, something that I’m not quite sure can ever be matched again. Their genuine hospitality, sense of adventure, greatness, awesomeness, leadership and friendship will also likely go unmatched.

And you can’t stop the adventurous spirit of these two, from what I understand, there is a new club in Kansas that will be the benefactor of our loss. I certainly hope there will be upcoming events posted so that we can visit Frank and Kerry and they can take us on a few more adventures!

So what now? What will happen to the adventure club?

Frank and Kerry tapped me to take on a bigger role in the club and while I appreciate that, we have often discussed EVERYONE taking on a bigger role. We have 1,300+ members, everyone can be a leader! I often see people requesting certain types of adventures, posting adventures after the fact and posting adventures that are being organized outside our club, why not be proactive and create an event for the club?  Please take the opportunity to fill the calendar with adventures!  The club can only continue on with the support of it’s members! It’s up to YOU! 🙂

For the next year, I will work, in the interim, at some of the behind the scene administration work such as renewing the blog. I will post my usual local hiking adventures, may plan a Mammoth trip later in the year and search for local events I can add to our calendar. My hope is that the club will be 100% member supported. Again, it’s up to you.

Frank and Kerry, You will truly be missed! I can’t wait for the first Adventure Club trip to Kansas!
Good Luck and Best Wishes!

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Mammoth Cave Adventure

The South Bend Adventure Club made a trip down to Mammoth Cave, Kentucky to explore their trails, go on an cave tour and camp this weekend. I was not there for all the adventures so stay tuned for a possible update from another member of the club.
My family and I arrived Saturday morning. When we left the South Bend area, we left an area still in the early Spring cycle. Trees and bushes out here are just getting their initial buds on them. Crocuses, Tulips and Hyacinths are up and the grass is just about greening up. Just 2 or 3 hours south as we headed towards Indianapolis, things are really green! But continue on an additional 3 hours into Kentucky, Spring has sprung! Flowering bushes are flowering, trees have their leaves and the pollen count is pretty high. When we woke up our car was covered with a coat of green pollen.

We went on the Violet City Lantern Tour on Saturday. It is a 3 mile, 3 hour hike through an unlit portion of the cave. I’d love to offer you exclusive pictures of every part of the cave we went through but would you settle on this?


On our tour, we had very little light, no flash photography! It was after all a “Lantern Tour” of the cave. Our eyes adjusted pretty well after being in the cave for about 15 minutes but the camera just couldn’t tell the story, good thing our tour guide is a 5th generation tour guide at Mammoth Cave! She was able to offer details that many of the other guides could not, she even took us to areas that a select few groups get to see in a given year.

Before the Tour begins, you are given details on the difficulty of the tour. Again, this is a 3 mile, 3 hour tour but it is only lit by lantern (and the occasional flash light from the guide). They explain that people with claustrophobia or a fear of heights may not want to take this tour. Then they go over medical conditions that should not go on the tour and I start to feel claustrophobic, begin having a fear of heights AND heart palpitations! It is all for naught because the tour, despite being 3 hours and having hills and stair cases made out of stone, it really is an easy tour, maybe some thigh burn 🙂

The tour starts underneath the visitors center and as the pictures show. You can see how quickly it gets dark. The guides stop for a few minutes to caution you against touching the ceiling as there could be bats. Awaking a hibernating bat is bad for the bat especially since White Nose syndrome is now effecting some of the bats in the cave. Disturbing the bats could also lead to, among other things, Rabies. Right off the bat (no pun intended) in the tour, we find out that the area of the cave we are in they produced gun powder from the Calcium Nitrate. 2000 years ago, Indians would use the cave to mine Gypsum. The caves have been used as a hospital, celebrations and the idea of using it as an Inn was also considered. Unfortunately, the Mammoth Cave Inn, was a failed name because no one wants to stay during a Cave-inn (cave-in). Tour Guide humor! Our guide took us to a location in the cave that not many get to see. It is a location that Slaves who ran the tour would use a candle to sign their name on the top of the cave:

The blog is not large enough for all the information on the history of the cave system that spans 400 miles and 200 miles that have yet to be discovered. There are also tales of death and as pointed out above, it use to house a hospital that experimented with tuberculosis patients. The toughest part of the cave was probably the 3rd mile. At this point we were no longer descending into the cave but  ascending. There were rock stairs heading up and sand trails with steep inclines. I don’t think would be an issue for anyone I know who I have adventures with. My 12 year old son was able to do this with slight effort. I will leave you with the remainder of the cave pictures. The final pictures are the exit from the cave.

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Turkey Run State Park and Shades State Park

Let me preface this by saying, I’ve looked through 400+ pictures, I have read my review and with that I can easily say that pictures and words are only half the story. You have to go out and experience this yourself. But if you can’t, I hope to do a good job of painting the picture for you.

The South Bend Adventure Club took a winter trip to Turkey Run State Park a few months ago and while we hiked through the beautiful snow and ice covered canyons, I wondered how much more beautiful this place would be in the spring. It was on the drive home that I devised a plan to get my family out with me for this experience. I called it a Family Mini Vacation and made it a South Bend Adventure Club event for the weekend.

In order to have some family time, my family and I arrived Thursday afternoon before the rest of the Adventure Club (slated to show Friday night or Saturday morning). I knew I had to set the tone. My wife does not enjoy nature like I do, she seems to attract snakes on every trip! I knew the first hike would need to start off with one of the most beautiful areas of the park. We set out on Trail 6 and 7 towards Turkey Run Hollow. As soon as you walk into this area you are met up with an eye popping sandstone cavern. From the moment she walked in, her camera was popping photos left and right (over 250 in total for the weekend!). I had told my son and wife that they need to expect their feet to get wet and to bring extra socks! After hiking through the cavern and crossing the stream of water going through it, no one was complaining about wet or muddy shoes! The evening ended with dinner at the Turkey Run Inn and afterwards we headed to Sunset Point to enjoy the sunset.

We took full advantage of the amenities the park has to offer. Friday morning after breakfast we headed to the Bridle Barn and took a 50 minute horseback ride. I have to admit, it was my first time on a horse and was feeling pretty intimidated but our guide was great, matched the horse up with the person and after about 5 minutes on the lead horse, I was feeling pretty confident. Later in the day we went to the Nature Center to check out a list of their interpretive services. While we were there we attended a free Planetarium Star Show, it lasted about 40 minutes and covered many constellations you would see in the current night sky. Afterwards we went back to the inn, took a dip in the swimming pool and had a lazy evening at the inn.

Saturday morning prior to meeting up with the Adventure Club, we took advantage of another Interpretive Service the park has to offer. We went on a Hike and Fossil hunt while learning the history of Turkey Run State Park. We learned how the park and it’s landscape came to be through the Glacial Period. Among items we spotted along Sugar Creek: Crinoids, Geodes, Coral and even a piece of Horn Coral. Afterwards we met up with the Adventure Club (Brian, Frank, Kerry, Jen, Josh and Rachel) and hit the other trails I was eagerly waiting to bring my family on.

We started off behind the nature center, walked over a Suspension bridge to trail 3 to get to the first cavernous area called the “Ice Box”. Although it was near 75 degrees, you could feel the coolness of the Ice Box that was along Sugar Creek. After leaving the Ice Box heading on Trail 3 until we reached a series of ladders, yes, ladders! You have to climb up a set of 20-25’ ladders to get out (or in- depending on which trail you take) of the canyon we were in. It was pretty busy with people going up and down so we had a chance to rest and take pictures. Watching the water fall as you climb up the ladder sort of takes any fear of heights away J  after going up the ladders we followed trail 3 to trail 5 through Bear Hollow. We hit trail 9 to Boulder Canyon which is exactly like it sounds. As you head into this canyon, each foot step is pretty much a different boulder. We missed the trail out and had to circle back and as we did, my son Joey ended up getting stuck in the mud!

After finding our way back to the trail, we ended up going through Falls Canyon which as described, there was a nice water fall going through it. Oh, I guess I should also point out that we did not see any Bears in Bear Hollow and no Turkey’s in Turkey Hollow but rumor has it the Indians would use Turkey Hollow to trap and hunt turkey.

The Adventure group and I took the trip to Trails 6 and 7 since my family already hiked through it on our first day there, they got cleaned up and headed to the pool. Afterwards we enjoyed free coffee at the Inn! We headed to Shades State Park that evening for a meal cooked at the camp ground that Kerry, Frank, Rachel and Joshua stayed at. A homemade Tortellini and vegetable soup!

Sunday we met up for one last hike. One of the other bonuses of talking to a person in Interpretive Services is finding out where some of the other breath taking areas are in the nearby parks. Barbara told us of another canyon in Shades State Park which was only about 4 miles away. They have a new road going up to Pine Hills Nature Preserve. She stated there was a trail that a portion of is only 5 foot wide with a 100 foot drop off.  After we got through the woodsy area, we hit a creek bed that not only had sandstone but also appeared to have slate in it as well. After crossing over we headed up the side of a cavern of sandstone,  years of wind and water erosion created a delightful eye popping view for visitors to see. Natures art! We headed further up the path and we met up with that 5’ with a 100” drop off. Yeah, I have some fear of heights but wow… again, the beauty of it all took any fear I was experiencing at the moment. It is described in the PDF below as “The steep-sided wall you see before you is an­other back bone. This is Devil’s Backbone. At one point, it is 6 feet wide and 100 feet high. Groups with small children would be advised not to at­tempt to cross it.” – (more information at:

Be informed, there are tons of details and pictures I, unfortunately, had to leave out due to time and space constraints. If you have any questions you can “Friend” me on facebook: (David Krachenfels). I hope you enjoyed the story!

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